A nurse scientist at Cleveland Clinic researched the relationship between exercise intensity, duration and frequency, and hospitalization and number of disease symptoms in adults who tested positive for COVID-19.
The 16th Clinical Nursing Research Conference will include presentations on a wide variety of topics, including how to identify good and bad research, pain management in patients who report marijuana use, and the effects of success stories on adherence to exercise regimens.
A Cleveland Clinic nurse scientist’s action research study assesses the rate of operative vaginal and cesarean deliveries before and after an obstetrics resident education initiative.
Heart failure expert and executive nurse leader Dr. Nancy Albert discusses the information card innovation that helps heart failure patients transition from hospital to home, reduces readmissions and more.
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Daily interdisciplinary rounds can be challenging for busy healthcare providers. A nurse at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus led a research study on the use of virtual rounds to connect the team and patient.
A clinical nurse specialist from Cleveland Clinic conducted a study to explore the experience of intravenous substance users with infective endocarditis and subsequently better manage their care.
In hospitals and healthcare centers, big data is all around us. Nancy Albert, PhD, ACNO of Nursing Research and Innovation at Cleveland Clinic, takes a deep dive into using big data in nursing research.
Restful sleep is a critical component of healing, yet hospitalized patients often report low quality and quantity of sleep. Nurse researchers at Cleveland Clinic studied nurses’ attitudes toward promoting sleep.
Nursing research moves nursing forward and ensures evidence-based practice. Learn about the three main types of nursing research and how it benefits healthcare.
Nurses are driving new roles and rules in healthcare! ACNO of Research and Innovation Dr. Nancy Albert shares 3 tips for nurse leaders to encourage innovation during this transformative time.